DOJIMA SAKE BREWERY
Dojima Sake Brewery has its roots in Settsu Tonda in Kansai, Japan, a place with 500 years of sake brewing history. The sake we make here in England, is rooted in the soil, climate and culture of Japan, and in its taste we hope to express these things to the world. This is our driving force, our “ikigai”.
This same force led us to Cambridge, fountainhead of history, ancient seat of learning, and to Fordham Abbey with its beauty and grandeur, rolling meadows and walled gardens. This magnificent estate lies on land where Ice Age strata sit below the ground, purifying the water. It is from this land where we lay new roots in our pursuit of excellence in sake brewing. Roots and origins which span continents from the east to the west.
JUNMAI SAKE DOJIMA
Close to to the city of Cambridge is born the first sake made by Dojima. Using age old skill and techniques, this sake is handcrafted using carefully selected Japanese sake rice and pure English water. This Junmai symbolises Dojima’s long held dream of bringing top quality sake to the world.
JUNMAI SAKE CAMBRIDGE AGED SAKE BREWED IN 2018
In the same vein as a fine wine or Champagne, we present our CAMBRIDGE sake. This rare and highly prized sake is ideal for laying down over several years. Stored in the Fordham Abbey cellars for 3 to 5 years, it will be steeped in the history and romance that flows through Fordham Abbey itself.
FRESH NAMA SAKE KIKIZAKE A SAKE TASTING EXPERIENCE
This is a unique selection of sake that can be enjoyed only when you reserve a place on our brewery tour. Do come and enjoy the natural beauty of Fordham Abbey whilst sampling our exquisite fresh sake.